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Abbotsford MLA testifies about in-person worship ban in court

Abbotsford MLA testifies about in-person worship ban in court

Abbotsford West MLA Mike de Jong appeared Friday in a Chilliwack courtroom to explain his January 2021 letter to then-B.C. Attorney General David Eby.
$100K wildfire fine on hold after B.C. man's successful appeal

$100K wildfire fine on hold after B.C. man's successful appeal

A burn pile on Eldon Whalen's property became an 11.5-hectare wildfire in May 2019
Vancouver Island University gives Dr. Bonnie Henry honorary doctorate

Vancouver Island University gives Dr. Bonnie Henry honorary doctorate

Convocation ceremonies were held June 12-14 at VIU gym on Nanaimo campus
Kelowna 'vexatious litigant' faces sentencing for assault, contempt

Kelowna 'vexatious litigant' faces sentencing for assault, contempt

David Lindsay is guilty of assaulting an Interior Health security guard at an anti-COVID mandate protest
Caribou protection sparks creation of B.C.’s biggest new park in a decade

Caribou protection sparks creation of B.C.’s biggest new park in a decade

Nearly 2,000-square-kilometre Klinse-za Park created just west of Chetwynd
WestJet Encore pilots ratify deal, averting possibility of strike

WestJet Encore pilots ratify deal, averting possibility of strike

Contract goes into effect immediately, with retroactive pay to Jan. 1
UPDATE: Bear carcass located following attack near Summerland

UPDATE: Bear carcass located following attack near Summerland

Incident occurred west of Summerland on morning of June 13
4th grizzly hit, killed along Trans-Canada Highway in B.C. park

4th grizzly hit, killed along Trans-Canada Highway in B.C. park

The bear was previously unknown to Parks Canada
Nanaimo lawyer sexually harassed client, law society finds

Nanaimo lawyer sexually harassed client, law society finds

Lawyer already disbarred for sexual assault of a different client
Fraser Valley pastor's 10-day hearing into COVID-related worship bans begins

Fraser Valley pastor's 10-day hearing into COVID-related worship bans begins

A 10-day hearing to consider application by Chilliwack pastor over in-person worship bans has begun